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An Introduction to Graphics and Graphs in Presentations
Overview Types of Graphics –Illustration –Background –Accent Charts and graphs –Types –When to use
Graphs and Graphics Types of Graphics
Illustration Drawings or photographs Reinforce the message Can distract Should be best quality Next slide is an example
Lens Effects NormalWide angle
Backgrounds Help set mood Add drama Can distract Include –Gradients –Textures –Pictures
Accents Cue audience Add humor “Personal touch” Clip art and drawings
Graphs and Graphics Charts and Graphs
General Information Make numeric info easier to grasp Detail reflects speech May mislead Sometimes used for entertainment
Basic Types Bar and column graphs Line and area graphs Pie charts
Bar/Column Graphs Discrete information Compare values at a point in time Compare one value over time
Line/Area Graphs Continuous information Show trends Suggest interpolation
Pie Charts Show parts of the whole Percentages
Recommendations First decide your purpose Choose type accordingly Keep it simple Make it clear
Common Errors Wrong type of graph Misleading labels Use of 3-D effects –(especially bad for line & pie charts) Improper scale “Chart junk”
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Summary Graphics can enhance a presentation –Reinforcing the message –Adding interest –Clarifying information They can also distract or mislead the audience Use them carefully
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